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Danish government slims down list of public research priorities

Denmark’s government’s funding for directed research in 2012 should focus on areas such as competition, health and disease prevention, education, technology, climate and energy, according to a Forsk2020 action plan proposed by the Danish Agency of Science.

Over the past months universities, trade unions industry organisations and government ministries have been invited to offer suggestions and comment on the priorities and work to compile a catalogue of research themes for the next decade. It will replace an earlier list of 15 priority areas published in 2009.

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